Re-designed scissor lift from Mantall

By Helen Wright07 October 2013

Mantall will have its HZ160D self-propelled articulated boom on show, featuring auto-levelling techn

Mantall will have its HZ160D self-propelled articulated boom on show, featuring auto-levelling technology.

Mantall will be launching new access equipment at this year’s BICES exhibition in Beijing, China, in the form of its re-designed W-Series scissor lift.

The machine’s chassis has been modified so that it is now hollow, and a counter weight has been added to maintain stability. Mantall said the change reduced the overall weight of the machine.

In addition, the XDW180 self-propelled scissor lift will be on display. It has an 18 m working height features a wide areal work platform, four wheel drive and a diagnostics system to help pinpoint any maintenance issues.

Other on-board technology includes a tilt level sensor and proportional controls. The XD140 RT, meanwhile, is a rough terrain model with a working height of 14 m. This machine also boasts a tilt level sensor and proportional controls.

Mantall will also have its HZ160D self-propelled articulated boom on show, featuring auto-levelling technology. It is also well-suited to rough terrain, and has a maximum gradeability of 45%.

A record 1,500 exhibitors will take part in October’s BICES exhibition, which takes place from 15 to 18 October at the Jiu Hua International Exhibition Center.

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